Lady Gaga takes terrifying tumble off stage during show in Las Vegas

Julia Hunt

Lady Gaga apparently escaped injury as she and a fan took a terrifying tumble off stage during one of her shows.

The Bad Romance singer was in the fan’s arms when the pair toppled into the pit during Gaga’s Enigma concert in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Footage of the frightening incident has emerged online, after it was recorded by a concert-goer.

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It shows a fan dancing on stage with the singer in his arms.

Gaga, 33, has her mic in her hand and the pair appear to be having a blast.

Lady Gaga performs at Mediolanum Forum. Assago, in January 2018 (Marco Piraccini/Archivio Marco Piraccini/Mondadori Portfolio via Getty Images)

But the situation turned scary when the man’s legs seemed to buckle and he slipped, falling off stage with Gaga.

The clip appears to show the Grammy-winner landing on the ground first, before the man lands on top of her.

Fans can be heard screaming as the pair fall into the pit.

However, Gaga gets back up and can be heard saying she is “OK”.

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While she may have been feeling a little bruised, the singer did not seem to be any the worse for wear and continued her concert.

She later shared images showing how she unwound and recovered after the performance, with her routine involving a freezing dip in an ice bath, a hot bath, then some time in a compression suit.

Gaga told her fans on Instagram: “Post show routine: ice bath for 5-10 min, hot bath for 20, then compression suit packed with ice packs for 20.”

It’s not the first time Gaga has had a close call during a performance.

Lady Gaga attends The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit gala, 2019. (Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

In 2012, the star was struck in the head by a pole that was being carried off stage during a gig in Auckland, New Zealand.

And a year later she revealed that she had broken her hip during her Born This Way tour.